Romance Review | Enchanted By the Wolf by Michele Hauf‏

OverviewKirnan Savauterre's loyalty to his werewolf pack is absolute—which is the only reason he agrees to an arranged marriage. But a marriage borne out of duty soon takes on a whole new spin. For Kir discovers his bride is an utterly enticing mystery. Beatrice is half-faery, maybe a little bit vampire, and altogether delightful. As for Bea, she has this much in common with her new husband: she can't resist the passion they share. 

But a relationship that began as a political alliance is soon threatened by discord between the Unseelie court and the werewolves of Paris. And Kir's investigation into Bea's lineage reveals disturbing truths about what she is. Their love is strong—but so are the forces arrayed against them…

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Publishing Date: October 1, 2015
Stars: 4
My Review: Faeries? Check. Wolf shifters? Check? Unseelie court? Check. Hot sex? Fucking check. I found myself sucked right intoEnchanted By the Wolf. Kirnan and Beatrice don't have much choice but to marry but the plus for them is they are at least physically attracted to one another. Oh, yeah, they may not know much about each other but they go at it like lust driven monsters. 

I found I liked both characters because of their need to protect each other, to try for each other, and because they were pretty awesome. Kirnan may not have wanted to be married to a half breed faerie but that doesn't mean he doesn't want to try to make the marriage work. He finds himself in a constant state of arousal when Beatrice is around, possibly due to the fact that she prefers to wear minimal to no clothing. He's loyal, passionate, and good-hearted. 

Beatrice is a charming doll who only ever wanted to be accepted and loved. She grew up with a father who spurned her existence and constant bullying from other faeries because she was a halfbreed faerie and vampire mix, at least she believes. She finds her wolf ruggedly handsome and realizes he's gentle and loyal. She struggles to fit in with the human world and to find her mother. 

The story follows the two as they form a relationship after their marriage, their struggles with Kirnan's family, pack law, and Beatrice's mixed blood. The two are interesting because they fight, argue, have lots of incredible sex, and eventually fall in love. They say you don't choose who you fall in love with and I believe in this case it reflects those words perfectly.